Welcome to Strawberry Park Resort Campground

by Strawberry Park on January 16, 2015[edit]

Strawberry Park is an award-winning 160 acre campground nestled in the heart of beautiful southeastern Connecticut, just minutes from Mystic Seaport, Foxwoods and Mohegan Sun Casinos.  In addition to a wide variety of spacious campsites, we offer RV trailers, Park Models and Log Cabin rentals.

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Strawberry Park features Special event weekends  starting in the Spring (May 1) through the Fall (October 25). We kickoff the season with our Rockin Oldies Weekend (May 2-4) and continue the fun all the way to our four scary Halloween weekends.  This years 38 Annual Bluegrass Festival, (May 28th – May 31st) and the 19th annual  Cajun/Zydeco Music Festival, (June 4th – 7th) will be bigger and better than ever before.  We will continue our very popular, Themed Weekends Showcasing weekends like “CASINO WEEKEND”, (May 12th  14th). Bring your Hula Skirt for our Summer Kickoff  “LUAU POOL PARTY” (June 26th – 28th). BINGO is bigger and better than ever before at Strawberry Park. June 26th starts BINGO 7 days a week, Click Here for the Full BINGO Schedule!!!!!!

The Fun continues into July with our “INDEPENDENCE DAY WEEKEND” (July 3rd – 5th). Bring the Kids and let them enjoy their favorite Disney Characters at our “DISNEY WORLD OF FUN WEEKEND” (July 10th – 12th). Next Up IS FIESTA WEEKEND ( July 17th 19th. Santa visits Strawberry Park early this year. Wrap your gifts bring your Christmas tree and Christmas Light, decorate your site and win prizes, Your family will enjoy the best Christmas in July parties they have ever been to. “CHRISTMAS IN JULY” (July 24th – July 26th).

August rolls in with “MARDI GRAS WEEKEND” (July 31st –  August 2nd), wear your mask and dress up in your favorite costume, there will be plenty of beads to go around. Enjoy the music and our Golf cart parade.  SUPER HERO’S  WEEKEND is a huge hit with the kids, the super hero’s will be all around, and be available for picture and other fun activities with the kids. An old favorite here at Strawberry Park is “REDNECK ROUNDUP WEEKEND”(August 14th – 16th) Great music and good ol clean Red Neck games, bring your appetite for our plenty of great food. Ahoy, Me Matey, we are bringing back “PIRATES WEEKEND”  (August 21st – August 23th) Live The Salt Life dress up as your favorite Pirate Fly the Jolly Roger at your site. Back by Popular demand, “SPORTS CHAMPIONS WEEKEND” August 28th 30th, come support your team dress as your favorite sports hero’s and play as though you are one.

Kick back and enjoy some fun filled family time at our “LABOR DAY WEEKEND” September 4th – 7th) Book early as site fill up quickly on all the big weekends. September brings “STRAWBERRY JAM FEST/BATTLE OF THE BANDS” (Sept 11th – 13th), “BINGO BONANZA” (Sept 18th – 20th), and RENAISSANCE WEEKEND (Sept 25th – 27th).  October is full of scary fun with four “HALLOWEEN WEEKENDS” (Halloween #October 2nd 4th,  - HALLOWEEN#2- 9th – 12th Columbus Day, HALLOWEEN #3    - 16th – 18th Studio 54 Weekend , & HALLOWEEN #4 – 23rd – 25th)

  • State of the art facilities include 3 large swimming pools, 2 whirlpool spas, 5000 sq ft SPLASH PAD, Rec Center, arcade, and Grill & Creamery.
  • Conveniently located 5 miles off of I-395, less than an hour from Providence, Worcester, Hartford and New Haven, 90 miles from Boston and just 2 hours from New York (or 20 minutes from New London if taking the ferry from Orient Point).
  • Our campsites offer full hook-ups, including over 60 channels of free cable TV and wireless internet access, as well as a picnic table and fireplace.  With 50 AMP service, pull-through sites and a mix of wooded and open sites available, we are able to accommodate the largest and most modern RVs, as well as tents, pop-up campers and everything in between.

If considering camping in Connecticut, why not stay at the campground that has received the highest ratings from Woodall’s (5 stars for facilities and recreation–the only CT campground to achieve this honor for each of the past 3 years), Wheeler’s RV Guide and Frommer’s, which states “This top-notch, highly rated campground…is a true vacation destination, with all the amenities and activities of a bustling resort. You name it and they have it at this action-packed, family-friendly campground…and it just keeps getting better. Who said camping was roughing it? Not at this super-deluxe resort.”

For reservations, call us at (860) 886-1944, email camp@strawberrypark.net or request a reservation on-line.

Strawberry Park’s Updated Pet Policy

by Strawberry Park on January 30, 2013[edit]

Strawberry Park is pleased to announce modifications to our Pet Policy in effect for the 2013 camping season.  In addition to making all of our rental fleet “dog friendly”, including RV Rentals, Park Models and Cabins (with the exception of Park Model #354 & #359), Strawberry Park now permits dogs to be walked on a leash throughout the campground roadways.  Of course, you may still bring your dog to the fenced Strawberry Park Pet Park for a chance to play free with other dogs.  Our updated “Pet Policy” is printed here for your convenience.  If you have any questions, or to make your 2013 camping reservations, please call us at 860-886-1944.

Strawberry Park 2013 Pet Policy

Strawberry Park is a pet-friendly resort campground, and we invite you to bring your dog with any campsite or rental reservation for an RV, Park Model or Cabin, with the exception of Park Model Rentals 354 & 359, which have been designated as “no pets.”  In addition, we feature our “Strawberry Bark” fenced pet park where you may bring your dog to run free with other dogs. We do ask that everyone please be aware of our Pet Rules, as noted here.

  1. A maximum of 2 dogs per site are permitted.  No commercial use permitted (ie breeding, sale or advertising sale of pets).
  2. Any dog that exhibits aggressive behavior is not permitted.  In addition, the following breeds are prohibited:  Rottweiler, Pit Bull (Staffordshire Terrier), Doberman Pinscher.
  3. “Strawberry Bark” as well as several other areas will be designated our fenced pet parks offered for those who wish to allow their dogs to run off-leash.
  4. Pets may be walked on campground roads in accordance with the following: A.  Dogs must remain on a leash of no longer than 7’ (no extendable leashes). B.  Adults or teenagers may walk pets.  Children cannot be held accountable for the control of your pet while walking off site without a responsible adult. C.  In addition, while your dog may be walked on the roadways of the campground, please be advised that they are not permitted in or around any buildings, including the office, laundry and restrooms, or at any of the public recreation areas, such as playgrounds, the pool area, the rec center (open air pavilion hosting Bingo/Grill & Creamery), volleyball, disc golf, horseshoe pits, music festival venues or the ball fields. This includes “pocket pets” that are often carried around as a fashion accessory. Only certified service dogs are permitted in those areas. D.  Walking pets after dark is discouraged, as nocturnal indigenous wildlife such as raccoons and skunks may be present. E.  Please keep your pet off of other campsites, whether that site is occupied or not, as many campers take great pride in their yards & floral displays. F.  Not everyone is a pet lover, so please don’t allow your pet to approach other campers who are not approaching them in a welcoming manner, especially young children. G. Even friendly dogs can react unexpectedly, especially in the presence of unfamiliar dogs.  Use caution when allowing your dog to approach other dogs.

5.  During quiet hours, pets are limited to your own campsite.
6.  Pet owners must clean up after their pets, both on their own campsite and when walking pets, and must carry the proper equipment required to do so.  Please dispose of bagged pet waste only in trash receptacles.
7.  Do not leave your pet unattended in any common areas off your site. No pets can be kept in an outdoor kennel.  You must be with your pet while it is outdoors. No unattended pets can be tied out, and length of tie-out must not extend into roadways, other sites or common areas.
8.  Be sure to bring a current copy of your pet’s vaccination certificates.  All pets are required to have collars and tags with identifying owner information.
9.  Visitors of registered campers are not allowed to bring pets into the Park.
10.  While pets may be transported on permitted golf carts, please don’t bring pets to areas they are not permitted, generally described as the playfields and the pools and surrounding areas (specific information is available at the office and noted above).  No one wants to hear a dog howling at a poolside band or bonfire performer or barking at Bingo.

Excessive barking, especially during quiet hours, will not be tolerated. If a pet creates a nuisance or disturbance, the owner of the offending pet will be asked to remove that pet from the campground.  Any pet left unattended on site and causing a disturbance may be removed by the dog warden, with any fees being charged to the pet owner.

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Thoughts and Prayers with Sandy Hook

December 17, 2012 [edit]

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Holiday Gift Certificates Available

December 4, 2012 [edit]

 Looking for that perfect holiday gift for your friends or family who enjoy camping?  Strawberry Park gift certificates are available in any amount, and within reach.  We will customize a printed certificate, and to ensure that it is never lost or misplaced, the amount of the gift certificate is applied directly to the account of [...]

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